DNA analysis from tooth plaque reveals insight into Neanderthals' behavior. Neanderthals when in pain, self-medicated by using plants.
Women who constantly wear high heel shoes may suffer reduced balance, reduce ankle flexion and weaker muscle power in the calf.
Scientists from Israel have developed a side effect-free alternative treatment for migraines. Technological advancements may be a fresh option for people who find conventional medicine unhelpful.
An accumulation number of older people come to represent an emerging frontier in the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Some nursing homes have turned to this alternative medication but some still use prescrilption drugs.
Acupuncture can help ease fibromyalgia pain, a new but small study is reporting.
Two new studies found that diet can contribute to people's risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis
Here are five science-backed reasons why you should listen to music more often.
Texting can put a lot of pressure on the cervical spine, a new study reported.
Young teen smokers may run a heightened risk of developing chronic severe period pain, according to a new study.
A new study reported that laundry detergent pods can pose a huge threat to young children.
A research team has created a novel prochlorperazine nasal spray formulation that shows promise in treating migraine pain.
We often take joint pain and arthritis as granted, as if they are natural signs of aging and are to quite natural. However, this is not true every time. Pain is our body's way of sending a message.
Ibuprofen is better than oral morphine for treating fracture pain in children, a new study concluded.
In a new study, a team of researchers examined spinal movements during sex in order to find the positions that are the most ideal for women suffering from different kinds of low back pain.
In a new study, researchers further examined the benefits of drinking the juice from these tart cherries and discovered that they can lead to changes in people's uric acid metabolism.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.